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This impressive, generously proportioned home has been totally transformed from what it once was 50 years ago to a light, bright, up-to-date residence with a wealth of notable features. Although most will be attracted to the beauty of the rooms, many with Brazilian Koa wood flooring, the systems are equally appealing and include a 2008 Geothermal heating and cooling system, new roof and siding, all new 300 Amp electric service, upgraded lighting and tilt-in windows for easy cleaning. There’s even an in-ground pool. Princeton address without the Princeton price tag. Take a closer look Here.
Sandwiched between art nouveau and art deco chronologically, the American Arts and Crafts movement revolted against the mass production of home goods and the overcomplicated design style of the Victorian era. This design era favored originality, craftsmanship, simple forms and local and natural materials. Read and see more here.
Patios, porches, decks, terraces and verandas are lovely things. Too often we just toss out a few chairs, and perhaps a table and call it a day. These beautiful spaces are often neglected and not utilized to their fullest potential. When the weather starts to get warmer, we absolutely should take advantage and turn this outdoor space into an additional, usable living space. Read more here.
If you’re thinking about renovating your bathroom, check out what experts say are the hottest bathroom trends today. Read more here.
Homeowners who regularly cook and entertain need kitchen spaces that are functional, efficient and beautiful. Even if your culinary creations are more often inspired by Chef Boyardee than Chef Gordon Ramsey, the right layout, surfaces, sinks, storage and appliances can make your kitchen a star. Read more here.